What Kind of World Do YOU Want?

Whew! I just returned from a whirlwind of conferences, speeches, and yes, even the Washington, DC Prayer March 2020.

In the last two weeks I heard speeches from Charlie Kirk, Donald Trump Jr., Kimberly Guilfoyle, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Todd Starnes, Elizabeth Johnstone (“The Activist Mommy”), Kevin and Sam Sorbo, Franklin Graham, and our Vice-President, Mike Pence.

My biggest takeaway is their messages consistently contain this theme: We’re facing an unprecedented shift away from biblical values and we need to repent as a nation.

As I mingled with the crowds, I asked why people came to these events. From all across the country, the reason I kept hearing was this: everyone is concerned about the future of our nation.

So let me ask you the same question: What kind of world do you want for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren?

Plain and simple, our freedoms could be turned upside down after the upcoming election because Democrats bought into the socialist philosophy that says take every principle previously called rational and turn it on its head.

The truth is, your UNALIENABLE, GOD-GIVEN Rights are at stake in this election. As you’re about to discover, the Left and their protectors in the media have misled you.

If this were not true, then why- on September 27, 2015- did Barack Obama sign the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development? The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is a global social contract to create a new world order in which your rights are determined- not by your Creator as the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence says- but by the United Nations under Article 29, section 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

This is what you need to understand: Human rights are principles we use to establish Good and Evil in society. This election, we have the same choice Adam and Eve faced in the Garden of Eden. Who will determine Good and Evil after this election? There are only 2 sources of human rights: either our rights come from God or they come from man. And this election, we will choose whether to eat all the fruit of the tree of knowledge of good and evil or leave it alone.

Most people know little to nothing about the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development or that it is a plan to create a global government by 2030 and no one in media is telling you about it. Very few people understand how far that plan has advanced in our society since 2015.

Let me ask you a few questions: Have you ever heard of “sustainable disarmament?” “open borders?” “GAPMIL- the Global Alliance for Partnerships in Media and Information Literacy that censors conservative news?” Did you know under “Education 2030”, which was written in 2015, there are plans to create a global online education system before 2030 for times of crisis?

If you’re as concerned about these issues as I am, then you already know you need to be informed of what’s going on.

In my upcoming book, I’m going to show you how the UN’s “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development” is already impacting our world, where to find out what’s next on their agenda, and how you can take action to preserve your God-given rights for yourself, your children, and your grandchildren.

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Cancel Culture’s Curse to Christianity

A friend recently asked me about “cancel culture.” Here are my thoughts.

Cancel culture is evil on multiple levels. Those who try to cancel opposing viewpoints are destroying people’s lives, destroying our national heritage and cultural cohesion, and they completely misrepresent the moral fabric that made this country great.

The cancel culture’s focus on slavery and white supremacy to portray capitalism as evil overshadows Jesus’ parable of the talents and exposes their twisted intentions. Their solution to earning a just reward for your efforts? Enslave all to the collective whole. And by the collective whole, I don’t mean just Americans working to support fellow Americans. I mean enslaving Americans- and the other Western nations- to support the entire planetary population. To that, I implore you to look beyond activists’ demands for reparations and special provisions in America. Pay close attention to global discussions concerning how to finance the new global economy which envisions the empowerment of China, India, and Africa.

Cancel culture has a unique way of externalizing problems- meaning they place blame fully on social constructs instead of acknowledging individual responsibility where appropriate. When that happens, there is no longer a concept of individual sin and need of a Savior to make atonement with God.

Instead, they mock Jesus’ sacrifice with a concept of social salvation by crucifying whatever they determine to be the cause of the “social evil.” Today they’re targeting the police, white politicians, and American and European culture. Sooner, rather than later, it will be Christians, whose biblical teachings run counter to everything the global system believes is necessary for planetary salvation. You might say the global system is expressly anti-Christian.

The longer cancel culture is allowed to continue, the closer we’ll get to understanding why it is written, “they will be of one mind and give their authority and power to the beast. And the beast will make war against the Lamb” (Revelation 17:13). Cancel culture is really out to cancel the Lamb.

Doug Carter on PJNET.tv August 3, 2020

The world is in an orchestrated chaos. Where are we going? Who’s driving? and What happens when we get there?

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4 Ways COVID-19 Will Change Our World

Our world seems tossed about like an ocean liner on a raging sea. Where are we heading and who’s steering the ship?

It seems we’ve found our captains and they’re promising at least four ways they will use COVID-19 to change our world.

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On September 27, 2015, world leaders met in New York to sign an ambitious social covenant to change our world. The covenant is called, “Transforming Our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.”

Most people know it as “the New World Order.”

Agenda 2030 is a plan of action involving all countries and all stakeholders taking “bold and transformative steps” to “shift the world on to a sustainable and resilient path” by 2030.

Suddenly, we have COVID-19 and bold and transformative steps are changing our world at a rapid pace.

Here are four ways COVID-19 will change our world according to the July 2020 United Nations policy brief and other global policy influencers.

1 Wealth Redistribution

Wealth will flow from richer nations to poorer nations as investments targeting worldwide income inequality. Photo by Dazzle Jam on Pexels.com

The third item in Agenda 2030 addresses income inequality. It states, “We resolve, between now and 2030, to end poverty and hunger everywhere; to combat inequalities within and among countries . . . we resolve also to create conditions for sustainable, inclusive and sustained economic growth, shared prosperity and decent work for all, taking into account different levels of national development and capacities.”

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres emphasizes inequality will be the central feature of both short-term stimulus packages and long-term policy changes in post-COVID global recovery. Guterres insists policy changes will be instrumental in “accelerating progress towards universal health care.”

2 Worldwide Digitization

Investments will flow into Southeast Asia and other developing countries to bring the entire world into the digital age. Photo by Tyler Lastovich on Pexels.com

Why is there a coin shortage and some businesses refuse to accept cash? Why are we talking about contact tracing chips and mandatory COVID-19 vaccines?

The fifteenth item in Agenda 2030 promises to bring the entire world into the digital age: “The spread of information and communications technology and global interconnectedness has great potential to accelerate human progress, to bridge the digital divide and to develop knowledge societies, as does scientific and technological innovation across areas as diverse as medicine and energy.”

The July UN policy brief announces plans to bridge the digital divide across Southeast Asia “to ensure people and communities are not left behind in an increasingly digital world, where services and support are increasingly based on digital awareness, literacy and access.”

A report published by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) last week discusses the effects of digitization in India. Researchers report a surge in mobile money transfers- and the surge in mobile money transfers was enhanced by a targeted intervention program giving incentives for businesses to adopt a new, mobile payment economic model.

Is America being coerced to go cashless?

3 Green New Deals for Everybody

Green Energy investments will be a priority in COVID-19 economic recovery schemes. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com

One of Agenda 2030’s top priorities is managing Earth’s natural resources. “We are determined to protect the planet from degradation, including through sustainable consumption and production, sustainably managing its natural resources and taking urgent action on climate change, so that it can support the needs of the present and future generations.”

Guterres sees COVID-19 as an opportunity “to embed long-term sustainability and inclusivity” in economic recovery plans throughout Southeast Asia. He also projects “scaling up green energy investments in decarbonizing economies.”

Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Club of Rome co-president, also wants to stop carbon-based investments. She recently said, “I’m convinced that going back to business as usual and bailing out high carbon-producing industries and hard-to-abate sectors (like the aviation sector, car manufactures, and the fossil fuel industry) is not the right path forward. The only path to follow is to stop investing in stranded assets- such as infrastructure that uses fossil fuel reserves- particularly coal, and instead, move on to building the decarbonized infrastructure that we need to meet our climate neutrality goals in Europe and the Paris Climate Agreement goals globally.”

4 Redefining Human Rights

Expect major social changes in the name of human rights. Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com

It’s no secret the United Nations uses human rights issues to catalyze social changes.

Virtually every progressive change which claims to be grounded in human rights can be linked to the UN, including those linked to high-profile sports (such as the Washington Redskins name change), non-normative sexuality, borderless migration, and justification for abortion.

“Upholding human rights,” says Guterres, “remains an important bedrock.” As nations rebuild, the Secretary-general says the post-COVID recovery needs to include “respecting and fulfilling fundamental human rights and protecting civic space.”

COVID-19 brings healthcare to the forefront of human rights discussions, and it appears primed to be exploited. Guterres insists “a stronger rights-based approach needs to be integrated in national emergency and health emergency protocols.”

That announcement is particularly troubling when taken in the context of the development of worldwide vaccines. Will there be a vaccine mandate in order to get a healthcare passport to return to work or to engage in otherwise normal activities?

Agenda 2030 “envisions a world free of poverty, hunger, disease, and want, where all life can thrive.” How far will they go to force us to live disease-free?


Doug Carter writes about cultural issues from a biblical perspective. Join him live at 9:00 pm EST at pjnet.tv the first Monday of every month. You can also connect with him on Twitter or Parler.

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New York Streets become Forum for Free Speech

New York streets suddenly became a controversial forum for free speech. On Monday, mayor Bill de Blasio tweeted an image of city workers touching up the street mural Black Lives Matter activists painted in front of Trump Tower. The mayor’s tweet included the message, “To whoever vandalized our mural on 5th Avenue: nice try. @NYC_DOT has already fixed it.”

The mayor’s message was decidedly political and divisive. “The #BlackLives Matter movement is more than words, and it can’t be undone,” he wrote.

#BlackLivesMatter is an emotionally-charged topic for most Americans. Far from being an all-inclusive movement aimed at uniting our country following the death of George Floyd, the BLM movement turned into a lightening rod for a Marxist-like revolution characterized by hatred towards civil authority, American history, and now, Christianity.

Mayor de Blasio’s tweet was met with scathing backlash:

Mayor de Blasio’s use of public funding to endorse divisive political messages is sure to open up a litany of court cases.

As we’ve seen year after year in Christmas nativity display controversies, courts have ruled the public square can not be used to advance one particular viewpoint over another.

In 2008, the ACLU was instrumental in causing Clarksville, Tennessee to lose its live nativity display since the city paid two hundred dollars in animal rental fees.

Similarly, in 2019 Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF) claimed Jackson County, Indiana officials overstepped the Constitution by erecting a nativity display on its county courthouse lawn. FFRF sent a letter to Jackson County commissioners claiming, “It is unlawful for the County to maintain, erect, or host a holiday display that consists solely of a nativity scene, thus singling out, showing preference for, and endorsing one religion.”

It’s reasonable to believe the viewpoint discrimination principle likewise applies to Mayor de Blasio’s public endorsement of the controversial Black Lives Matter movement. His use of city workers and public funding to show preference for the revolutionary movement make this an interesting case to watch.

Doug Carter writes about cultural issues from a biblical perspective. Join him live at 9:00 pm EST at pjnet.tv the first Monday of every month. You can also connect with him on Twitter or Parler.

Trump Was Right: 3 Ways America’s Schools are Under Assault

During his presidential address on July 3, 2020, at Mt. Rushmore, President Trump said, “We will expose this dangerous movement protect our nation’s children in this radical assault and preserve  our beloved American way of life in our schools, our newsrooms, even our corporate board rooms.”

Have we been paying attention to the assault going on in our schools? The assault on the minds and values of our nation is equally as bad in our schools as in our newsrooms and corporate boardrooms.

What’s going on in our schools that would make President Trump highlight them in his Independence Day celebration speech? Here are three ways America’s schools are under assault:

Parental Rights

Earlier this year, Harvard professor Elizabeth Bartholet challenged parental rights when she called for a presumptive ban on homeschooling. She claimed homeschooling is a threat to children and society. “The issue,” she said, “is do we think that parents should have 24/7, essentially authoritarian control over their children from ages zero to 18? I think that’s dangerous.”

Bartholet’s claims shouldn’t be dismissed completely. We must not toss the baby with the bathwater, so to speak. However, she made some comments that point to the assault on our minds and values which I believe must be openly addressed.

Make no mistake. Bartholet is taking aim at parents’ right to infuse their religious beliefs with children’s education. Bartholet’s call for a ban on homeschooling must be understood in the context of her understanding, “it is the religious ideologues who dominate the homeschooling movement.” She then added, “And they dominate overwhelmingly.”

One of Bartholet’s contentions is with the HSLDA, which she identifies as “a Christian non-profit organization.” Her contention seems to start with the mission of HSLDA, which she cites: “. . . preserve and advance the fundamental, God-given, constitutional right of parents and others legally responsible for their children to direct their education.” She continues by acknowledging the homeschool movement “relies on both natural law and constitutional theory.”

Do you know what else relies on both natural law and constitutional theory? Our justice system, our Constitution, and our equal, unalienable rights as children of God. Suddenly, Trump’s comments about exposing the dangerous assault on our nation’s children and our beloved American way of life seems justified on a whole new level.

Bartholet listed one other contention that caught my attention: her accusation many homeschoolers question science. Why am I alarmed? Because pseudo-science is emerging as a political ploy to justify morality. I say pseudo-science because some of what fashionably passes for science is so heavily biased against Creationism it rejects any scientific inquiry or evidence that infers a Creator.

A Creator-less scientific curriculum is particularly dangerous because it has the potential to reverse God’s moral order in the hearts and minds of people. Whereas God says, “Be fruitful and multiply, fill the earth and use it,” the new pseudo-science in today’s schools teaches students the world is overpopulated and resources are vastly overused. This view has now reached alarmist levels- many students believe we’ve already entered a period of “global overshoot,” and we must now drastically cut back on our production and consumption habits.

See related article: Is the UN Sabotaging the US Economy?

A Creator-less scientific curriculum also abolishes the idea of moral absolutes. If there is no Creator to determine absolute moral rights and wrongs, then there is no basis whatsoever to claim anything is just right or just wrong. Justice becomes meaningless. In a scientifically-evolutionary world, even morality evolves. Who’s to say bestiality, pedophilia, rape, or even murder and cannibalism are wrong? Are these just evolved preferences as the logical progression of evolution theory suggests?

This brings us back to President Trump’s warning about the assault on the minds and values of our nation. It seems Bartholet’s proposed ban on homeschooling has one main purpose: to shape the values of the next generation. Bartholet explains some academics question whether regulation short of a ban could succeed in ensuring that children are exposed to a range of viewpoints and values, given that many parents choose homeschooling precisely to keep their children from exposure to alternative views.”

Education 2030 is in Full Force

I think if America doesn’t take back its education, we’re doomed to adopt anti-biblical international educational standards. Treaties, conventions, agreements, and protocols are already happening around the world which serve as political and moral forces for change in our schools.

In 2015, two forces emerged which propelled our schools into the dangerous realm we now realize. One of these is the creation of UNESCO’s Global Education First Initiative (GEFI). GEFI has three priorities: 1. every child goes to school; 2. every child gets a quality education, and 3. foster global citizenship.

The purpose of global citizenship education isn’t to teach students to read, write, do arithmetic, and get a job. Rather, GEFI envisions a radical transformation of values on a global scale. “Education must be transformative, and bring shared values to life.” “Education . . . requires transforming the way people think and act . . . it must give people the understanding, skills and values they need . . .”

It should be pretty obvious many of our schools aren’t teaching American values.

The second major force to emerge in 2015 is called Education 2030. Education 2030 is a plan of action developed by UNESCO, UNICEF, the World Bank, INFPA, UNDP, UN Women, and UNHCR that arose from a meeting in Incheon, Republic of Korea, in 2015. This group formed The World Education Forum and included over 1,600 participants from 160 countries. Their goal: to set out a new vision for world education for the next fifteen years.

The vision of Education 2030 is to fully ensure the realization of the UN’s Sustainable Development goal 4 (SDG4). This is a humanistic vision that sees education as “crucial in promoting democracy and human rights and enhancing global citizenship, tolerance and civic engagement (activism), as well as sustainable development.”

I think many people fail to realize humanism is an expressly anti-Christian way of thinking. Think of it this way: humanism is the original sin. What I mean is humanism is the philosophy that man can replace God and determine for himself that which is Good and Evil.

In a humanistic vision of education, social change is more important than truth. We all know what happens when we speak against the radical, progressive social change wrecking havoc in our country, including our schools. Again, President Trump was right: “If you do not speak its language, perform its rituals, recite its mantras and follow its commandment you will be censored, banished, blacklisted, persecuted and punished.”

Ultimately, Education 2030 aims to ensure by 2030 “all learners acquire the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including, among others, through education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles, human rights, gender equality . . . global citizenship . . . and of culture’s contribution to sustainable development.”

National Sovereignty

“Sustainable development” is a reference to a UN treaty signed in 2015 to create a global government. The treaty is formally called, “Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” Some people call it Agenda 2030. Others know it as the New World Order. Regardless, sustainable development is a threat to national sovereignty.

One of the keystones of sustainable development is the idea our rights come from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Rather than our rights being derived from our Creator and understood in the context of Natural Law, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights assumes all rights must be in harmony with UN values.

Article 29, section 3 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states: “these rights and freedoms may in no case be exercised contrary to the purposes and principles of the United Nations.”

Why would a sovereign nation sign a global compact which requires it to surrender its sovereignty to the purposes and principles of the United Nations?

President Trump was right. We must protect our children. There is a radical assault on our values and our American way of life happening in our schools. We can not allow the UN to use our schools to further its 2030 Agenda and we must protect parental rights to homeschool.

Call for Questions about the Coming World Government

Hi everyone! Here’s a little update on my WIP: we’re currently compiling my proposal for UN-Sustainable Development (a title that’s sure to change). The author bio, why me?, and competitive analysis are complete and we’re digging into my marketing analysis. Whew! I didn’t realize how big of a monster this part is! Maybe I’m overthinking it, but I want to be thorough and realistic.

In the meantime, if you have any questions about the coming world government, how it affects you, or how it’s related to biblical prophecy, please leave your questions in the comments below or send me a DM. Thanks, and may God bless you!

Truth, Reality, and Sounds of Silence

The image of this well, a lonely structure standing resolute among the smokey ruins, and the sad, desperate emotions of The Sound of Silence, capture the cry of my restless heart. Truth and reality are like silent raindrops falling in a well of silence while the world around me burns.

I see what’s happening and I can’t stay silent. But who’s listening?

Where are the voices of those who dare disturb the sound of silence?

The world is burning because evil people are hell-bent on destroying biblical values and building a global kingdom. What we’re witnessing is “a tragedy of the commons,” and guess who’s responsible for it: the United Nations. Their plans aren’t hidden- but they aren’t openly discussed, either.

I’m talking about the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It’s an agenda created by heads of state around the world and held together by the values of humanism. Signed on September 27, 2015, Agenda 2030 aims to consolidate world power into a global government.

Humanism, a philosophy who’s motto is ‘Good without God,” is a lie that seduces the weak-minded. Have you ever wondered how the world eventually becomes of one mind and gives its authority and power to the beast? This is it. Humanism is no different than the same philosophical lie Satan used to seduced Eve in the Garden of Eden. The end result is mankind replaces God and determines for himself Good and Evil. Why else would UNESCO, the UN organization responsible for bringing Agenda 2030 to reality, say things like “Humanism must be globalized,” and “we must give people the values and understanding they need?”

What happens if those values aren’t your values? Knowing what you know now, if you were standing as Eve in the Garden of Eden, would you eat of the forbidden fruit? Because that’s what’s being put in front of each and everyone of us by the United Nations.

Why isn’t the media talking about this? Why is the media silent? Here’s the answer: UNESCO and their partners in its Global Alliance for Partnerships on Media and Information Literacy (GAPMIL) are committed to building a humanist world and they recognize the power of media and information to do just that.

Censorship of conservative views will get worse.

Will you stand with me and dare disturb the sound of silence?

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Is the UN Sabotaging the US Economy?

I believe the United States economy is under a coordinated attack by the United Nations (UN).

As crazy as it may sound, there’s reason to believe the UN may be sabotaging the global economy to effect sweeping changes in how the world produces and consumes goods and services.

Covid-19 wrecked economies of the world as nations put their citizens on lock down. As businesses and governments around the world followed the UN-led World Health Organization’s recommendations to alter business practices, many people lost income or even their jobs. Small- and medium-sized business owners lost months of critical revenue. Many businesses closed their doors permanently.

Perhaps it was necessary to quarantine for a while, but while we stayed home something far worse than a pandemic happened to us:

The United Nations moved closer to their goal of establishing a global government by 2030.

If you’re not familiar with these plans, I encourage you to find out for yourself. You can read the full text version of the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development here.

Despite a recent positive unemployment report, major economic damage occurred.

Lost income results in less spending, and less spending equates to less demand for production of goods and services. Less demand means more unemployment. Unless a miracle happens, the 2020 GDP will be devastating.

Why do I believe the United Nations may be sabotaging the US economy? Because Agenda 2030 calls for drastic reductions in the production and consumption of goods and services before 2030, and they have a vast, powerful network dedicated to making that happen.

Read it for yourself. Here’s what’s written on page 8 of Agenda 2030:

“We commit to making fundamental changes in the way that our societies produce and consume goods and services. Governments, international organizations, the business sector and other non-State actors and individuals must contribute to changing unsustainable consumption and production patterns . . . We encourage the implementation of the 10-Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns. All countries take action, with developed countries taking the lead . . .” (Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, 8.)

Despite violating the spirit of the Supremacy Clause in the second paragraph of Article VI of the Constitution, the United States agreed to commit our nation to the UN’s New World Order when president Obama signed Transforming our World: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development on September 27, 2015.

Read the White House press release announcing the signing of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development here.

Do you know someone who lost their job or business as a result of the Covid-19 quarantine? Comment below.

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